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Ever fantasised about the type of home you would live in if only your bank balance had a few more zeroes at the end of it?
We teamed up with luxury property specialists www.home-hunts.com to get a look inside some amazing millionaire homes currently for sale in the UK and France.
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Everyone's missing one thing here !
The people who own these houses have probably worked damn hard to be able to afford these properties, why begrudge them if they've made a successful living out of what ever they do.
I know if it was me taking a dip in that infinity-pool knowing i'd worked my **** off to own it i wouldn't really give a monkeys what anyone thought.
moan, groan, moan, groan SHUUUUUUUUUUUUUT up, we all know if we could affford places like this we would be there in the blink of an eye!
It's nice but it’s not a home; it's just a good example of how money can affords a better class of misery, sad really, but if it makes whoever owns it happy, ok.
Ethelred Unready- are you still unready to educate yourself. Clearly.. Take your lies elsewhere. And I take great exception to you belittling the Millions of people who fought to stop Jews being murdered. You are a disgrace.
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